Nine days, more than 110 kilometers of trek and three rolls of Aerochrome film is the equation for this epic gallery of photographs by Andrea and Francesco Padovani, a graphic design duo from Italy. This past summer the pair embarked on a follow up of their photographic project called "Dolomites in Infrared" - an ongoing project they started in 2016 in which they aimed to capture some of the most suggestive landscapes of the Italian Dolomites on delicate infrared film. This kind of film is quite unforgiving, and small changes in the light and the weather can deliver very different results i
Nostalgic Landscape Photography
The Hobbit has arrived, and with it, also came a sense of total nostalgia for the Middle-Earth! In case you don't know, New Zealand is the equivalent to the Middle-Earth, the place chosen by Peter Jackson to bring life to Tolkien's works. For me, The Hobbit movies work like a way to bring back good memories of a long-lost place. I might say that it kills my "saudade" of Middle-Earth.
Landscape and environment illustrations have been by far my favorite subject when it comes to digital art or even traditional art. I simply love how digital artists are able to come up with illustrations with sometimes surreal, other times futuristic landscapes that are so creative and are able to make us imagine how it would be if one of those were real.
My wife often mocks me for enjoying so much a good set of landscape photographs. But hey, nature is so beautiful, how could I not love it? Colorful sunsets over the mountains, dreamy lakes and fantastic forests... I seriously can't get enough of it. Dylan Toh is an Australian photographer with an amazing eye for capturing great landscapes. All the lightning and panoramas in his set is just breath taking. Here you can see a few of his pieces. For more of it, please go ahead and visit his portfolio at Flickr.